There are some new options this year, and health officials say now's the time to protect yourself and your family
Alison Harmelin reports on the day's top health news
With a little planning and help from a friend you can maintain your healthy summer glow well into the fall season
New York City chef Bill Telepan shows you how to make a quick, tasty, healthy meal your kid will be happy to take to school
Hospitals worldwide are on alert for signs of Ebola, which starts off like the flu but gets much, much worse
Doctors seek to reassure the public there's nothing to fear
Dr. Jon LaPook and Dr. Holly Phillips discuss top medical stories on "CBS This Morning: Saturday"
Watch and read: Dr. LaPook's Morning Rounds page has the latest on what you can do to stay healthy
Researchers defend lab work after PETA dubs experiments on baby monkeys "completely unjustifiable" and scientifically "fraudulent"
It's one of the biggest fears about the deadly epidemic; a top health expert weighs in on the risk
"Low-T" drugs are already approved and heavily advertised, but studies suggests they're ineffective and possibly dangerous for many
Your favorite sugary snacks and drinks may be a little lighter now, but that hasn't dented the obesity rate
When 12-year-old Rory Staunton died, his parents Ciaran and Orlaith had no idea what happened; now they're taking action
A study finds certain sugar substitutes may impede the body's natural ability to process the real thing
Caitlin Doughty is out to change the way Americans think about funerals and rituals involving grief
American doctor infected with the deadly virus is doing better after experimental treatment
Doctor describes "shouting and screaming" as children showed signs of "severe allergic shock"
The Institute of Medicine blames a system that offers "perverse incentives" to doctors and hospitals for the most aggressive, costly care
Looking to transition to a healthy, fulfilling fall diet? The ancient Indian system of Ayurveda can help
A study found routine urinalysis could be just as reliable at detecting risk factor for cervical cancer
Health officials report that the uncommon respiratory illness has hit a record number children in the U.S.; still unclear how the outbreak began
More Americans have apple-shaped bodies, the most dangerous type of obesity, and waistlines continue to grow
Detroit-area doctor accused of giving patients unnecessary cancer treatments